Two venues on one campus present unique challenges for this rapidly growing United Methodist congregation. Danley loudspeakers and subs with QSC and Lab Gruppen power provide high impact audio in both spaces, with Allen & Heath iLive-T audio consoles, Blackmagic Design ATEM video switchers, and Jands Vista lighting control providing consistent workflow for operators in both areas. Renewed Vision ProVideoServer handles video ingest and playout, facilitating a 5-minute delayed HD video feed between venues when there are simultaneous services. Digital Projection projectors provide bright visuals, including a 28-foot wide screen behind the Harvest Main stage.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH
Beautiful architecture defines the new home for this Anglican church. Color-matched Tannoy column array loudspeakers mount unobtrusively, and a small Danley TH-Mini subwoofer hides beneath the choir loft, combining to provide full-range audio throughout the sanctuary. Ashly Audio PEMA all-in-one system control and amplification allows the entire system to be controlled via a custom iPad app, meaning no sound booth is needed in the sanctuary seating area. Leviton dimming and architectural wall stations control house and stage lighting
When this rapidly growing community church transitioned from being a portable church to owning their first permanent space, new A/V/L was the order of the day. With budget being of primary concern, existing powered QSC loudspeakers and subwoofers were permanently installed, supported with the addition of a new Allen & Heath GLD audio console and digital snake. Lightronics dimming panels and lighting fixtures provide stage lighting, with Jands Vista control. Blackmagic Design hardware and Canon cameras provide HD video, and Perdue Acoustics MegaWedge panels tame the acoustics of this converted car dealership.
“Jon and Lifesound A/V have been very helpful throughout the upgrades in technology that we have made at our Church. They are very knowledgable and have no problem meeting deadlines. Their continued support has helped us through this transition.”